Snoop Dogg just dropped one of the hottest new music videos I’ve seen in a while. Directed by Francois Rousselet, the video for “So Many Pros” uses the artistic stylings of vintage movie posters from the late 70s and 80s, and it pays off visually. Check out the video below!
Snoop Dogg’s forthcoming album, “Bush”, is executive produced by Pharrell. Pharell even stated on Big Boy’s Neighborhood that Snoop’s album better than his own. If that isn’t high praise, we don’t know what is. Well, the first single from Snoop’s next album is out. Featuring Charlie Wilson on the hook, below is the lyric video for “Peaches N Cream”.
I freaking can’t wait until Modest Mouse’s new album is released!!!
Ed Sheeran and Rudimental toured together last year, so I anticipated that a collaboration was in the works. Well, here it is.
I was introduced to Preston Harris last year when he was singing background vocals at a Terrace Martin show at The Virgil. I recall vividly Terrace warning the crowd that they should get familiar with Preston and his voice. Now, I know why.
Produced by Boi-1da with additional production by Terrace Martin, Kendrick Lamar and Top Dawg Entertainment just dropped a track on Youtube … and this shit is #FIRE!
Neo-Soul and R&B lovers unite! Shy Girls, a recording artist who we’ve been high on since December of 2013, has released a Mixtape that you can stream in its entirety on Soundcloud!
Los Angeles based indie-rock band The Janks just released their first single of 2015 and it’s titled “Edge Of Love”. This is a power ballad and it pretty much rocks.
I’m a huge fan of Modest Mouse. It’s been a while … 8 years, in fact … since they released their last album. When they announced a new LP titled “Strangers to Ourselves” at the end of last year, I couldn’t wait to hear the new music. Well … they’ve released the audio to new song from that album, and I’m counting down the days until they start touring again.
R&B music ruled my high school years. If a girl I was “feenin'” for like R&B, I made sure at least one or two Jodeci recordings made the track list. I’m glad to hear them getting back to what roots. What do you think?